That's it from Holyrood Live on Wednesday 26 June 2019.
Plans to tackle child poverty by giving extra cash to low-income families in Scotland have been brought forward.
The new Scottish Child Benefit payment of £10 per week will be rolled out for eligible under sixes in 2021, and to under-16s by the end of 2022.
On a busy day in the parliament MSPs also voted for a presumption against the use of prison sentences of 12 months or less.
Labour MSP Neil Findlay was asked to leave the chamber after refusing to retract the use of the word lying, used against the health secretary during the mesh statement.
Earlier Mike Russell named former Labour MEP David Martin as one of the co-conveners of the forthcoming Citizens' Assembly.